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Can We Design Happiness?

You’ve seen the headlines: Facebook is making us lonely (The Atlantic); How Facebook makes us unhappy (The New Yorker); The social and emotional costs of technology use, and on and on. Apparently, our increasing use of technology is making us depressed, lonely, and unable to read social cues; it’s making us dumber, destroying our memory […]

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The Science of Happy Design: An Interview with Pamela Pavliscak

I had the pleasure to talk to researcher and data scientist, Pamela Pavliscak, to talk about how technology affects happiness, understanding how to measure happiness, and, of course, our love of ModCloth. Her research is part deep dive interviews, part social science experiments, part data science. She founded Change Sciences to help companies like Ally, NBC […]

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